The contemporary definition of hazard
is "risk of loss or harm, peril, jeopardy" OED (2008).
Identification of hazards
in machinery stems from the previous two steps and is performed in accordance with the relevant EN standards for the whole life cycle of the machine.
All safety officers should review hazard
and near mishap reporting requirements listed in Chapter 4 of OPNAVINST 5102.
5 million into lead hazard
control last year, is an exception, she says.
I recently installed a safety concerns log at our facility for employees to voice their concerns about safety problems or potential hazards
Management has the greatest control of a hazard
when it uses the measures listed at the top of the hierarchy, such as elimination or substitution.
To report a hazard
so other organizations may determine how to fix the problem or control the risk
was probably already formulating his velvety hatchet job on Conte.
But after scoring twice against Brighton, winger Hazard
said: "My dad says some bad things.
3 million available in cooperative agreements to support research to develop and improve methods for the identification and control of key residential health hazards
and to improve the implementation of policies that address these hazards
Matagal na po nating ipinapanawagan na taasan na sana ang hazard
pay ng ating mga sundalo dahil talagang napakaliit ng halagang P390 kada buwan kung araw-araw ay nahaharap ang ating libu-libong militar sa matinding panganib,' he said in a statement.
Just a few weeks ago, MSHA issued a new "Confined Space Entry Hazard
They demonstrate how to use hazard
analysis to identify and prioritize risks and to develop approaches to community hazard
CHELSEA manager Jose Mourinho reckons Eden Hazard
showed off both his flair and resilience in the 2-0 win at Stoke.
paragraph] Because quantification of property-specific natural hazard
risk has not been available until recently, the industry has relied upon required insurance--homeowners' insurance policies and the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), in particular--to transfer hazard
risk to the consumer and insurance provider.